April 11 – Antipas of Pergamum; Guthlac of Croyland

Antipas of Pergamum (d. 92) is mentioned by John the Revelator (2:13) as having been martyred in Pergamum “where Satan’s throne is.” Pergamum (also Pergamon) was a Greek city in western Anatolia about sixteen miles inland from the Aegean Sea. Apparently at one time it was the capital of a kingdom named after itself, but… Continue reading April 11 – Antipas of Pergamum; Guthlac of Croyland